All I have to say is . . . where in the world has the month gone?!?! I cannot believe that it is already time for another Literary Locals. Needless to say, I have had a lot more going on this month than I had ever originally planned and I have another trip that has completely snuck up on me where I leave tomorrow. I have not read as much as I would have liked this past month, even despite the read-a-thon. When I return from New Orleans in a few days, I hope to play a lot of catch-up in both the reading and writing realm. Who knows, I may even decide to participate in yet another read-a-thon!!
In the meantime, please know that I am postponing my personal Literary Local post this month. However, I know that many out there have already posted your's or intend to. If so, post it here and I will post your link and highlights when I get back. And know that next month, I'm hoping to have a double-good highlight of my locals, past and present!!
Have you checked out these other Literary Local highlights?
Laura's Reviews highlights a classic, The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder, that contains many an inspirational word used to commemorate lives lost during the tragedy of 9/11.
Mark over at Random Ramblings from Sunny Southern CA highlights a new mystery based off Hitchcock's classics, Dial H for Hitchcock by by Susan Kandel.
Mary at Books Gardens & Dogs had a giveaway (unfortunately, it is closed at this time, but you will still want to check out the post!) of Michael Landon Jr.'s The Silent Gift.